Resources

Magic: Research Project to INFOGRAPHIC!

Many times engagement isn't about content or task. Usually, engagement is about lesson design. Whether you are a new teacher or a veteran of many...

What Should My Students Blog About?

Looking for some examples of how students might use blogs to help demonstrate their mastery? Do you think it is necessary for all students to write...

Addressing and Assessing MI in the Classroom

This site from Edutopia shares ideas and lesson examples from the Enota Multiple Intelligences Academy in Gainesville, Georgia.  Take some time...

Get on Your GoSoapBox

No matter the lesson, having a clear picture of how all of your students are faring with the topic at-hand. GoSoapBox provides a web-based and...

Classroom Video: Socratic Seminar

Socratic Seminar isn't a new strategy by any means, but it is still a very valuable activity that can be used in any classroom. This video gives a...

Canvas Tutorial: Create an Announcement

If you're looking for a quick and easy way to communicate with students and parents inside of Canvas, use the Announcements feature.  You might...

Google Chrome - Syncing Accounts

This short video by Eric Curts, the creator and author of the blog Control Alt Achieve, provides a detailed explanation of how to set-up and sync...

Creating A Teacher Website with Wix

In the modern world, having a web presence is becoming more and more important. Fortunately, creating a website is becoming a task that doesn't...

Right Data, Rich Picture, Best Solutions

In order to get a true picture of what is happening in the classroom and craft the right solution, Josh Parker, 2012 Maryland State Teacher of the...

PBL: Am I Doing it Right?

Many times educators that are beginning the Project Based Learning (PBL) journey focus solely on the lesson design. This is, of course, and extremely...

Creating a YouTube Channel for your Classroom

YouTube is designed so you can create multiple channels under a single account. This is perfect if you teach multiple classes during the day and...

Google Science Fair: What is it?

Ever heard of the Google Science Fair? No? This video is a short description of some of the amazing things previous winners have done. Are your...

Using VoiceThread in Your Classroom

VoiceThread is a powerful tool that can help students in many ways.  Teachers can use it to deliver lessons, use it as a form of assessment, or have...

Digital Passport in the Classroom

Digital Citizenship is a struggle for many teachers and schools, but it doesn't have to be. Digital Passport, a FREE resource from Common Sense Media...

Google Cardboard: Virtual Reality Basics

Google has made virtual reality an option in the classroom by creating a VR device that is super cheap. Even if it's cheap, it will be ineffective if...

Technology Integration Matrix (TIM)

The Technology Integration Matrix (TIM) illustrates how teachers can use technology to enhance learning for K-12 students. This model is a bit more...

The New Google Sites Basics

Google Sites has always been a great way for students to share their interests and learning with the world and fellow classmates. The old Google...

Personalization 'Crash Course'

Personalized learning is a term that is widely used and misused in education.  As our culture becomes more and more personalized, education...